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. but yesterday we saw a precision air strike from israel on a hamas chief-of-staff leader, and what that did was it raised that bar again about the geopolitical risk with crude-oil, and we saw this big reversal to the upside. > > there is yet another call for gold to go to $2,000 an ounce. what do you think about that? > > i definitely think so. the issue that we're having here is safety, and there's not enough of it to be spread around. we're seeing almost no yield in treasuries. we saw a german note auction that provided a negative yield. the dollar index isn't much safer than the euro currency. so gold seems to be a hard asset and a place that traders may want to be. > > good to have you on the show this morning. have a good trading day phillip. > > thank you. president obama has set the pace for tomorrow's meeting with congressional leaders. in a news conference yesterday the president reiterated the need to raise taxes on the wealthy while continuing tax breaks for the middle class. the president wants to bring in $1.6 trillion in new revenue. the president made the comments yesterday,
, with israel and everything else, nobody has really talked too much about iran lately. they're still there. they still have their nuclear issue. and they're still looking to block the strait of hormuz if pushed too far. i would look for brent crude oil to continue to rise up. > > there is just a lot going on. thank you gary. > > there certainly is! china has a new leader, 59-year old xi jinping. he's travelled widely in the west, organized the beijing olympics and has a daughter attending harvard. for the next ten years, he will head up a ruling elite of seven men and oversee economic change in the world's most populous nation. to many, xi jinping's life of contradiction may be to the west's advantage. head of china's ruling communist party and married to a pop-star, his teenage years were spent working the fields in one of china's poorest areas. his daughter now attends harvard. as an adult, he's seen a lot outside china. "he lived in the u.s. and learned american business. was it a favorable experience? yes." at this chicago business conference promoting trade between the u.s. and china,
the city. we'll tell you about the homicide they are both accused of carrying out. >>> israel and gaza continue to exchange rocket attack us this morning. the international efforts at peace being made this week. >>> and right now president obama is continuing his trip through asia. how he made history overnight. it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this monday morning, november 19th i'm pam cook. the rain came in just like steve paulson said. >> did you get that little break you were looking for if >> i did get a little break on saturday. >> the system on friday into saturday was good. the one on sunday was good but now it's gone. a lot of cloud cover today. highs in the 60s. here is is sal. >>> steve, good morning. right now we are looking pretty good. not a lot going on on the road. just the way we like it. i'm sure it won't stay that way for too long. this is a look at 280 northbound. also the morning commute looks good westbound bay bridge at the toll plaza. 4:29 let's go back to the desk. >>> toppin
isaiah israel synagogue in chicago, robert nevel, an architect, saw the temple, its grounds, and thought of food. "a building sitting in a sea of lawn, like a roast surrounded by a platter of garnish." he convinced elders to plow under that 'platter of garnish' expanse of lawn and use the land to grow produce. now, dozens of volunteers tend more than 5,000 square feet of vegetable garden. in two years, each square foot of land has produced a pound of vegetables. "we get these gardens going in march and deliver all the way to halloween." three days a week, he harvests, and provides fresh vegetables for five hot-meal programs such as the living room cafe on 64th street, feeding hundreds of people during the week. "it's a greater need for it. because of the economy, we're seeing people who normally wouldn't ask for help." all of the hot-meal programs are within a mile of the garden. "it's a big difference. fresh produce is so much better for you than what comes out of a can." a second garden has been added, and the concept of 'food-not- lawns' has taken root at two neighboring churches. "we
alternatives joins us now. those reports larry of cease-fire coming out of israel really rocked the oil market yesterday. what do you anticipate for today? > > i anticipate the trend to continue. keep in mind, before we had this cease-fire, a month ago, there was a big downward trend in the oil price. so i just expect that momentum to continue. refinery margins are really high, there is a lot of supply. i expect oil to continue to lower in price. > > what about greece? will we be able to get any closure there with the bailout money? > > i think the only way we are going to get closure is when people are willing to forgive and write down their debt, because that is the only way it's going to work. right now they are 180% debt-to-gdp. they need to get it down to 120%. it's just not going to happen. they don't have the money to be able to do this. they are going to have to forgive debt and take a haircut. > > month after month, traders are watching better-than- expected news come in from the housing sector. can we call the housing crisis done? > > i think we can. i think we have fallen down a sev
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